UTTC to Minot State University
Minot State University and United Tribes Technical College have created an agreement for students who earn their Associate of Science at UTTC to transfer to Minot State and enter the addiction studies program.
Students will need to take the UTTC General Education Requirements to receive their AS and transfer into MSU’s Addiction Studies program.
Communications (9 credits)
|COM 110||Fundamentals of Public Speaking*||3|
|ENG 110||Composition I*||3|
|ENG 120||Composition II*||3|
Arts & Humanities (9 credits) – All Electives
Social Sciences (9 credits) – All Electives
Math, Science & Technology (18 credits)
|CSC 101||Introduction to Computers*||3|
|MTH 102||Intermediate Algebra*||3|
|BIO 150 w/ LAB 150||General Biology||4|
|MTH 210||Elementary Statistics**||4|
Institutional Specific (campus-based only)
|FND 106||First Year Exp. & Healthy Living*||2|
Required Program Core Courses (15 credits)
|HSS 260||Alcohol and Drug Use in American Sobriety||3|
|HSS 244||Addiction to Counseling||3|
|PSY 111||Intro to Psychology||3|
|PSY 250||Developmental Psychology||3|
|PSY 270||Abnormal Psychology||3|
After graduating from UTTC with their AS in General Studies the student will transfer to Minot State to earn their Bachelor of Science in Addiction Studies.
Graduating with an addiction studies degree requires a cumulative GPA of 3.0 in the required addiction studies major courses.
Students must complete 60 credits at a four-year university and 30 credits to from Minot State. Students must have 120 total credit hours to graduate with their Bachelor of Science degree from MSU.
The AS from UTTC will complete 60 of the 120 credit requirements. Once at MSU students will take the MSU Addiction Studies Required Courses to fulfill the remaining 60 credits.
|Required MSU Course||Credit|
|ENGL 315 Professional and Technical Writing||3|
|HMS 203 Health Care Through the Life Span||3|
|MHA 297 Practicum||2|
|MHA 338 Professional Relations and Ethics||3|
|MHA 344 Dynamics of Addiction||3|
|MHA 349 Psychopharmacology||3|
|MHA 423 Intro to Counseling||3|
|MHA 424 Advanced Counseling||3|
|MHA 476 Group Dynamics||3|
|MHA 485 Practicum||15|
|PSY 112 Foundations of Psychology||3|
|PSY 261 Psychology of Adjustment||3|
|PSY 379 Psychology of Adult and Aging||3|
|PSY 411 Introduction to Personality Theories||3|
|PSY 465 Physiological Psychology||3|
|SOC 201 Social Problems||3|
|SWK 340 Social Welfare Policy||3|
After graduating with their Bachelor of Science from MSU, students must complete 960 hours of training with one of the state’s consortiums. The training can be undertaken during matriculation at MSU. Once coursework is complete, students become eligible to take the licensure exam. Once students pass the license exam and successfully complete the training hours, they are eligible to become a licensed addiction counselor (LAC).